Japan's ANA cancels 335 flights in Dreamliner glitch
TOKYO (AFP) - Japan's All Nippon Airways (ANA) said on Monday the worldwide grounding of Boeing's Dreamliner forced it to cancel 335 flights up to next Sunday, affecting nearly 48,000 passengers.
ANA said cancellations on domestic routes from Jan 16, the day that one of its Dreamliners made an emergency landing, sparking a global alert, to Jan 27 amount to 292 flights for 44,074 passengers.
Forty-three international flights have been cut, affecting 3,778 passengers, the airline said.
Flights affected include those from Tokyo to San Jose, Seattle and Beijing.